ALC Precision vendor Award



Lenox Laser presented ALCprecision (American Laubscher Corporation) with a Teamwork and Partnership Award based on their Superior quality, Delivery and Cost-effectiveness.

Joseph d’Entremont, Lenox Laser’s President, presented the award to Doug Caldwell from ALCprecision, on September 30th, 2004 on a visit to Lenox Laser.

Liberty Machine Receives Teamwork and Partnership Award for Excellence


Liberty Machine, a key Lenox Laser custom part vendor receives an award for their outgoing and excellent teamwork, partnership, quality, and service. Their great communication skills as well as their willingness to provide a quality part has earned them this prestigious vendor award.

Linus Hall, Lenox Laser’s Material Coordinator, presented the award to Dan Hoxter, President of Liberty Machine, on 7/8/2004 at their shop.

Service Contract Received from Ophthalmology Lab



Lenox Laser has recently been awarded an optical service contract from the Ophthalmology Department at University of Maryland.


Tim Rhodes (pictured left), a veteran Lenox Laser Lab Technician heads up a team of technicians that visits UMD once a week to service, clean, calibrate, repair, and help design their critical equipment. Tim’s precision skills, experience, and tools allow him to do extremely critical tasks on very expensive lab equipment.

Robyn Preist, the clinical manager at the UMD Department of Ophthalmology has been so impressed by Tim’s dedication and skills that they have asked him to work extra hours in order to clean other various equipment.

Laser Marking the Key to the City

First Recipient of Washington D.C.'s newest Key:  Republic of South Africa President, Thabo Mbeki
First Recipient of Washington D.C.’s newest Key: Republic of South Africa President, Thabo Mbeki

A consortium of technology companies has come together to produce a new take on Washington D.C.’S “Key to the City”. The key, a symbolic token of welcome to its recipients, has been redesigned to reflect bold new advances in technology.

Renowned sculptor John Dreyfuss ( assembled a team of experts to produce his innovative design. Precision CAD/CAM Systems of hunt Valley, MD utilized cutting-edge software to generate a 3D model of the new City Key. Art Research Enterprises, of York, PA, used this model to forge the final results in steel.


Key to the City

The heavy, uniquely created key was then delivered to Lenox Laser, of Glen Arm, MD for some important finishing touches. Precision, deep laser engraving was required to exhibit sharp, contrasting text to exacting tolerances. Lenox Laser used high power laser marking technology to mark the unique geometric surface of the key.

South African President, Mr. Thabo Mbeki, is reported to be the first visitor formally welcomed with the gift of the city’s new key.

Reading “Justicia Omnibus” on one side and declaring “Opportunity For All” on the reverse, the revised key symbolized the spirit and true heart of America’s great capital city. Lenox Laser is privileged to have taken part in this exciting, historical project.